The portfolio “Virtuous Flair” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Landscape, Street, Portrait, Birds, Architecture, Art & Culture, Macro, Fashion, and Food. This portfolio is a mix of cultures of both nationally and internationally. It is all about the ethical flaws of life happening in each corner of the world. As great legends had stated, a virtuous photographer does the right thing at the right time in the right way to the right degree.
In this book, one will witness the alluring land of mountains and lakes in Switzerland. As it the landlocked country in the heart of western Europe. By the same token, the journey continues in the longest pedestrian urban shopping district. The extremely clean street which looked like an interior set for a movie. Hence, captured the essence of street photography. Furthermore, the viewers will behold the biggest festival in Switzerland i.e, Fasnacht. Coupled with the traditional parade in fiery costume and big masks. Thereupon, the journey ends with a glimpse of Strasbourg, where gothic cathedrals are preserved until this century.
About the Author
Humans are keen on preserving all the information for future generations to refer to. Art has always been a medium for this. In ancient times, only a few were stored. So due to the difficulty in replicating the moments through the available mediums like sculptures, paintings, and documents; modern people made it so easy by inventing photography. As someone rightly said, “Photography is the art of the frozen time. The ability to store emotion and feelings within a frame”. And to put it in another way, he accomplished his portfolio “Virtuous Flair”. Every moment in life is a new frame and one can’t get enough of it ever. Experiencing the magic of photography, for him, it is the way of life. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
Alan Jose, Kattappana, Idukki, Kerala.
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